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  • Five Tips for Traveling with Children During Your Timesharing
    Five Tips for Traveling with Children During Your Timesharing

    Summer is approaching and you’d like to take your children on a vacation. There are many factors to consider post-separation and planning out every summer for the next 18 years all at once can be ...

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  • Coparenting Through Your Child's Sports and Extracurriculars - It Takes Teamwork
    Coparenting Through Your Child's Sports and Extracurriculars - It Takes Teamwork

    Fall brings the start of the school year and the start of many sports seasons, especially as children get older. The question becomes how do you navigate staying an active participant in your ...

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  • Prohibition Against Treating Psychologists Performing Forensic Evaluations of Minors for the Purpose of Addressing Custody, Residence or Visitation.
    Prohibition Against Treating Psychologists Performing Forensic Evaluations of Minors for the Purpose of Addressing Custody, Residence or Visitation.

    It is a conflict of interest for a psychologist who has treated a minor or any of the adults involved in a custody or visitation action to perform a forensic evaluation for the purpose of recommending ...

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  • If mom tries to relocate with the kids
    If mom tries to relocate with the kids

    What If My Ex Tries To Move The Kids Out Of State? If your spouse or the mother of your child to you tries to move the child out of state, it is critical that you get an action quickly filed in the ...

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  • Breaking News on Equal Time sharing. It Passed, Today, April 18, 2013
    Breaking News on Equal Time sharing. It Passed, Today, April 18, 2013

    The equal time sharing bill passed the Florida legislature late this afternoon. It calls for equal time sharing by parents to be presumptive law in newly filed cases. Simply put, this is a huge ...

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  • Equal Time sharing Presumption Passed the Florida Senate Yesterday. What This Means
    Equal Time sharing Presumption Passed the Florida Senate Yesterday. What This Means

    NOTE: This bill still must clear the House, and it is expected to do so as the early versions of the bill passed the House committees by a large margin. It is also expected that Governor Scott will ...

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